SAFETY PROTOCOL 2021
as much as possible
but not mandatory*
and cash accepted
in start line
on site 45mn
before start time
allowed at each venue
in village & race course
* according to local requirements
Here are the MUDGIRL 2021 health measures to ensure your safety above all else, while still creating a race you’ll love to be part of.
These measures were based on guidance from the CDC and different local Public Health officials as of July 2021, and have been since modified according to the evolution of the health situation.
BEFORE THE RACE
On multiple occasions we will send an email to all participants detailing the course of action for the event and highlighting the main federal and local health instructions. This information will also be available on our website; www.mudgirlrun.us
Any participant who experiences symptoms of Covid-19, or has been in proximity to someone with the virus, should NOT, under any circumstances, show up for the race.
ON SITE INSTRUCTIONS
Spectators are allowed at each venue.
Masks for participants are recommended but not mandatory from the point you leave your vehicle until you return to your vehicle, except not while you’re actively participating on the course.
In order to avoid unnecessary contact, we ask you to respect physical distancing at all times (as far as possible, six feet minimum), and contactless payments will be available at the parking lot entrance, at food trucks, and at the store.
There will be hand sanitizer available throughout the site and course.
You will not be allowed to check-in more than 45 minutes before the start time indicated on your entry ticket.
DURING THE RACE
It is essential and mandatory to respect your start time, no change may be made on the day of the race. You should only be at the start area at the time indicated on your entry ticket, not before or after.
The waves will be launched in small groups of 25 people, or fewer, every 3 minutes from 8:30 am until 2:00 pm. Waiting areas before start line will avoid congestion and unnecessary gathering.
We encourage wearing a mask throughout the race, but it is not mandatory.
All these measures are established in order to protect you and comply with public health instructions. Regardless of the health situation, we consider it essential for everyone to have access to athletic events and the possibility of challenging themselves physically. To us, this is a necessity for the well-being of our society.